Bemidji became a town
The first public school opened
The first hospital opened, named St. Anthony's, but was generally known as the "Lumberjack Hospital." This was located on the corner of 3th St. and Minnesota Ave. One year later, they opened a bigger and better hospital, which is now the Baker Park apartments.
Lumber mill on south shore of lake Bemidji opens
Chief Bemidji dies on April 20 at the age of 85
Bemidji became a chartered city
Original Bemidji High School was built
Security State Bank was founded and chartered
Homer C Baer joined the bank and became president shortly after
Bemidji State Normal School was founded (Now BSU)
Bemidji State Normal School changed its name to Bemidji State Teacher's College.
After fire in 1919, BHS on 15th and Beltrami was built.
St. Anthony's closed. North Central Lutheran Hospital Association bought the hospital and operated it until 1975. At this time it was replaced by the Bemidji Community Hospital.
The bank burned in a major fire that consumed nine other businesses
Bank was rebuilt on 4th and Beltrami
Paul and Babe statues were built.
Homer "Bill" Baer joined the bank
Bemidji State Teacher's College changed its name to Bemidji State College
Homer "Bill" Baer became president of the bank
John W. Baer joined the bank
Bemidji State College changed its name to Bemidji State University.
Security State Drive-up facility opens at 104 Fourth Street
The new Bemidji Community Hospital was built on Anne Street NW, where Sanford Hospital currently resides.
John W. Baer becomes president of Security State Bank
The Bemidji Community Hospital became known as North Country Regional Hospital.
Bemidji Middle School built
Mall facility opened at 1313 Paul Bunyan Drive NW
Tiffany Baer joined the bank
Purchased land for a future facility at 1025 Paul Bunyan Drive NW
1st Annual Security State Bank Lumberjack Scramble
May 28 ground breaking for new bank
Opened doors of the new bank at 1025 Paul Bunyan Drive NW
Changed name to Security BankUSA
New high school built
Ryan Baer joined the bank
Local Curling team wins bronze medal @ 2006 Winter Olympics
Main bank expansion
North Country Regional Hospital was bought by Sanford, and is now known as Sanford Medical Center.
100th Anniversary of Security BankUSA
Security InsuranceUSA, formally Insurance Services North was introduced
Tiffany Baer Paine became President / CEO of Security BankUSA
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